President leaves for UN summit
President Cristina Kirchner will leave Sunday for New York to a hectic summit of the Organization of the United Nations, that focus will be on the Syrian conflict, Iran’s relations with the West and the U.S. espionage in South American countries.
As provided by the government, the president will arrive at the international airport John F. Kennedy around 8:00 am on Monday (9:00 AM Argentina), accompanied by the Secretaries of State, Carlos Zannini and Alfredo Scoccimarro, besides the Foreign Minister Hector Timerman.
More than 130 world leaders will meet in New York from Monday to the 68th UN General Assembly dominated by the conflict in Syria, Iran-West relations and U.S. foreign espionage will be denounced by Brazil.
Cristina remain until Tuesday in the Big Apple and then return to the country.